The FDA Medical Device Fasttrack Approval Process Draws New Fire

35 years ago, Congress passed the Medical Device Amendments of 1976 which established the framework of the current FDA regulatory system.  This set of laws included one commonly known today as the 510(k) process.  This 510(k) process allows medical devices, from tongue depressors to pacemakers to artificial hips, to be cleared for sale in the [...]

By | August 19th, 2011|DePuy Hip Replacement, Drug and Medical Device Litigation|Comments Off on The FDA Medical Device Fasttrack Approval Process Draws New Fire

Court of Appeal Affirms $18.3 Million Verdict for Defective Ford Van

The Brandi Law Firm is pleased to announce that Daniel Dell'Osso of the Brandi Law Firm along with Kevin Quinn of San Diego and James Doyal of Houston, Texas have obtained an $18,349,391 verdict against Ford Motor Company following a three-week trial before the Hon. Phyllis Hamilton in United States District Court in San Francisco. [...]

By | August 4th, 2011|Firm News|Comments Off on Court of Appeal Affirms $18.3 Million Verdict for Defective Ford Van